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Los Angeles Attractions - Popular Haunts and Hidden Gems

From Young to Old, There is Something for Everyone When You Explore LA Attractions

Ride Amtrak to See the Los Angeles Attractions

Los Angeles is one of the most famous cities in the world and one of the top travel destinations in the United States. Every type of traveler loves to visit LA because the city offers endless opportunities for exploration no matter what your age or interest. If you're planning an upcoming trip, it's time to learn about the best Los Angeles attractions.

Los Angeles Attractions - Universal Studios

For the Star-Struck Traveler

If you love to follow celebrity news and are the first in line for the hottest box office releases, you must visit Hollywood. This is where film magic happens, and just exploring the area can leave you starry eyed. Take a tour of a film studio, check out the Hollywood walk of fame, and do some shopping  you might even see a celebrity.

Kobe Bryant

For the Sports Lover

California's balmy temperatures might make you think the city has a laid-back attitude, but when it comes to sports, competition is fierce. If you love the excitement of watching live games, there are numerous LA attractions that will satisfy. Within a few miles of each other, you can watch the boys of summer at Dodger Stadium or head over to Staples Center to catch the Lakers, Kings or Clippers.

Los Angeles Attractions - Rodeo Drive

For the Shopaholic Traveler

When it comes to luxury and excess, no neighborhood does it better than Beverly Hills. Home to the rich and famous, you can experience a slice of the good life by embarking on a shopping trip in this high-end area. One trip to Rodeo Drive and you'll see why the stars max out their credit cards on posh couture clothing and refined international cuisine.

Japanese Kimono Detail

For the Cultural Guru

Los Angeles is a true melting pot of cultures. In addition to amazing restaurants featuring different ethnic fare, there are many other attractions in LA that will satisfy your cultural curiosities. Check out the Japanese American Cultural Museum, Mariachi Plaza for some traditional mariachi music or get tickets to a spectacular fine arts show at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Los Angeles Attractions - Union Station

Los Angeles Transportation

Skip the roadway congestion and driving hassles and instead arrive smack dab in the middle of the city at the beautiful, historic Los Angeles Union Station. More people are choosing train travel when planning vacations to LA because it's easy, affordable and convenient.

Los Angeles Union Station is served by five different train routes that run to and from the north, south and east. Ride with Amtrak and enjoy a worry-free trip as you navigate easily into LA and begin your vacation adventure. Plus, with a variety of discounts, it's never been more budget-friendly to travel by train to LA:

Amtrak makes it easy not only to travel to the best LA atrractions, but you can plan your entire trip from start to finish with Amtrak Vacations Packages. Don't miss out on the great deals to the City of Angels — book today and start packing.

Photo credits: Christian Haugen (Hollywood Walk of Fame); Alexis Fam (Universal Studios); Keith Allison (Kobe Bryant); Torsten Bolten (Rodeo Drive); Musume Miyuki (Kimono); Antione Taveneaux (Los Angeles Union Station)